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Black Chrome Clarkspoon Trolling Spoons

Black Chrome Clarkspoon Trolling Spoons

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📰 Product Description

  • Black chrome is the latest color option for Clarkspoon trolling spoon lures
  • Available with or without flash tape
  • Proven to effective for many nearshore/inshore species: Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish, Bonita, Stripers, and more
  • Great for fishing super clear water
  • Strong stainless steel saltwater hooks
  • We recommend trolling them behind a small trolling weight or planer
    • Most folks use 3-4oz of weight or a number 1 or 2 planer with some fluorocarbon leader.
  • Assembled in the USA with foreign and domestic components
  • Available in sizes 00-1
    • Size 00 - 2/0 SALTWATER HOOK - 2" BLADE LENGTH
    • Size 0 - 2/0 SALTWATER HOOK - 2.5" BLADE LENGTH
    • Size 1 - 5/0 SALTWATER HOOK - 3" BLADE

Black chrome Original Clarkspoon trolling lures are easy on the eyes, but hard on the fish!

Generation upon generation of dedicated saltwater angler has found success with fishing Clarkspoon trolling lures.  These popular saltwater trolling spoons catch everything under the sun and have remained relatively unchanged for a long time - for good reason, they flat out work!  However, every now and then, it's nice to change things up a bit.  With that in mind, Clarkspoon has released a black chrome version of their most popular trolling spoon.  This finish is ideal for fishing in clearer water conditions or on brighter days.  Just like the old stand by, these will absolutely wear out Spanish, Bluefish, Bonita, and even the elusive nearshore Lizardfish.

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